The Paint Creek Folklore Society
45th Annual Tin Whistle Concert
Lac La Belle
Multi-instrumentalist Nick Schillace and vocalist Jenny Knaggs blend history with the present to create stories that capture the human experience via accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, harmony, and resonator guitar. Their latest album, A Friend Too Long, was recorded in their Detroit home during the snowiest winter on record.
Brian McCarty, Jeff Schott, John Dobat, and Larry Evehart believe in substance over style and that a good song is worth singing. Simple, honest and organic, their high energy and masculine style deliver the goods through the viewpoint of original songs and covers, unstintingly sharing the spotlight with each other for an exciting musical tour de force. You’ll enjoy plenty of hot licks from harmonica, guitar and bass.
A Paint Creek Sampler with:
Better Late Than Never
Jack and Theresa Ericson and Phyllis Isabel. You’ll love their sweet harmony and expert musicianship combined with quirky, fun songs.
Dooley and Hotaling
Tom Dooley and Marilyn Hotaling have been a part of the Detroit area traditional music scene for 25 years, playing with the groups Inis-Ceol and JamRocks. They’re new members to Paint Creek and we are thrilled to have them!
Sounds Great! Where is it?
Fellowship Hall at University Presbyterian Church in Rochester Hills, 1385 S. Adams, on the east side between Hamlin and Avon Road. Parking is free. The hall is handicap-friendly and smoke-free. Great snacks and beverages will be available, as will CDs by the artists. General admission only.
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Doors open at 7:00 PM, concert starts at 7:30 PM
Tickets $15: call (248) 889-3013 to reserve yours now!
(also available at the door if not sold out in advance)